WebCraft : WordPress Development

About the course

The WordPress developer beginner course for kids is a fun and educational program designed to introduce young learners to the world of web development through the popular WordPress platform. In this course, kids will embark on an exciting journey to discover the basics of creating and managing websites while acquiring valuable digital skills.

They’ll learn how to navigate the WordPress dashboard, create and customize web pages, add images and videos, and even explore simple HTML and CSS coding. With a focus on creativity and hands-on activities, this course empowers kids to unleash their imagination and build their own digital playgrounds.

Curriculum

This is going to be a fantastic journey that introduces young minds to the captivating world of website creation.

In a creative and engaging environment, kids will discover the power of WordPress, a user-friendly platform that empowers them to craft their own websites.

Through interactive lessons and hands-on activities, they’ll learn to build web pages, add images and videos, and personalize their sites, all while nurturing their problem-solving skills and creativity.

  • Kids will learn about what wordpress?
  • Why wordpress is popular?
  • How to setup a wordpress account? and Many more…..

WordPress Theme Installation is a pivotal step in crafting the visual identity of your website. Once you’ve chosen a theme that aligns with your site’s purpose and aesthetics, the installation process is remarkably straightforward.

The dashboard is your digital command center, offering a comprehensive overview of your website’s content, appearance, and functionality. From here, you can customize the theme, add or edit pages, manage plugins, and monitor site performance.

Creating WordPress pages and customizing a selected theme are fundamental aspects of WordPress development that allow you to shape your website’s content and appearance to suit your specific needs.

We’ll discuss how to login to your wordpress dashboard and how to add wordpress pages to your website. We will thoroughly discuss about adding content to those pages and making page go live or keep it in draft.

Also we ll discuss in details how a selected theme can be customized as per our requirements like changing colors, changing header, footer, site identity, menus, widgets etc.

Plugins are pieces of software that add specific features and functionality to a WordPress website.

Plugins are like digital add-ons that expand the capabilities of your site without requiring you to write complex code. Whether you want to enhance SEO, improve site security, add e-commerce features, or integrate social media sharing, there’s likely a plugin for it.

These plugins seamlessly integrate with your website, allowing you to customize and extend its functionality, making it a versatile and powerful tool for achieving your website goals.

Widgets are like building blocks for your site’s layout and functionality, allowing you to add elements such as text, images, calendars, navigation menus, and more, without the need for coding skills. With a simple drag-and-drop interface in the WordPress dashboard, you can arrange and customize widgets to create a tailored and user-friendly website layout.

Widgets are particularly valuable for personalizing the appearance and functionality of your WordPress site, giving you the flexibility to engage your audience and improve user navigation effortlessly.

In WordPress, user roles are like special jobs that people have when they visit your website. Imagine your website as a clubhouse, and the user roles are like different roles or jobs that kids can have.

The most important job is the “Administrator.” They are like the clubhouse boss and can do everything – they can change the clubhouse’s design, write new stories or posts, and even invite more kids to join.

Then there’s the “Editor.” They’re a bit like the clubhouse storyteller. They can write and edit stories and posts, but they can’t change how the clubhouse looks.

Next, there are “Authors.” These are the kids who write their own stories for the clubhouse. They can create new posts but can’t change what others have written.

Then there are “Contributors.” They are like guest writers. They can write posts, but they need someone else (like an Editor or Administrator) to check and publish them.

Finally, there are “Subscribers.” They are like the clubhouse’s fans. They can read all the stories and posts but can’t really change anything.